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On Wed, 2012-04-11 at 08:19 +0100, Tom Davies wrote:

--- On Wed, 11/4/12, avamk < wrote:

From: avamk <
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: Make a form that allows user to drag and drop in an image
Date: Wednesday, 11 April, 2012, 7:12

Hi Drew,

It looks amazing now, and the functionality is great. I am especially glad that it will work in 
Linux, Mac, and Windows!

Were you going to write an explanation for the code, or just the form?  Either way, if you can 
start a draft, I can help word smith it (probably by asking you questions about it).

I think this is so useful, perhaps it can be integrated into the standard LibreOffice Base macro 


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Hi :)
 I think the Documentation Team would be really glad to have you on
their team if you fancy getting involved in documentation covering more
diverse issues.  
 I agree that Drew is a star who often "goes the extra mile".  Could the
form  be added as a Template or Extension or something somewhere that
wont get lost  in the mists of time?
 Regards from
 Tom :)
It looks like something to be put in the advanced uses of Base chapters
for the Base Guide. This is why I have copied the important messages in
this thread in a separate folder for Base issues.


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